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US Sees First Storage Draw, Europe Continues to Drain

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As early winter weather turns colder in major eastern US gas markets, the first pull from storage was reported. Inventories meanwhile continue to drain across the Atlantic as weather turns colder, with average withdrawals in Europe in November the highest for this time of year since records began.

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Gas Demand, Gas Supply, Gas Inventories
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